The Southern India Mills Association

The Southern India Mills Association

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Established in 1933 at the initiative of 1st Finance Minister of Independent India, Late Sir R.K. Shanmukham Chetty representing the entire textile value chain in South India. Started with 11 members; now has over 500 members covering all the sectors (fibre to finishing). Played a key role in developing the textile industry Earned goodwill and brand image across the textile value chain in the country and more so with the government; plays a lead role in all policy making bodies. Today, SIMA is the single largest employers’ organisation representing the organised textile industry in the world and the only employers’ organisation of the textile industry having in-house expertise to advice right from designing the textile project to marketing.

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